Petro Poroshenko reacts after a failed attempt to hold a debate with his opponent comedian Volodymyr Zelenskiy at the Olimpiyskiy Stadium in Kiev. Reuters
Gulf Today spoke to Aliya Izbassarova, a Civil activist based in Astana, said, “We hope the international community can now clearly see the way Kazakhstan's authorities treat their people and forge the election results."
Indian officials travelled nearly 70 km (45 miles) through lion-infested jungle this week to ensure a 69-year-old holy man got his change to take part in the world's biggest democratic exercise.
As Europe gets ready for its biggest nation in the west of Europe to say goodbye under a nationalist leadership, and a parliament unable to control the executive at the other end of Europe, the parliament of Ukraine has just been elected with serious hopes for the first time since the Berlin Wall fell that
Like many I was saddened to hear that Alan Alda has Parkinson’s disease. I was also saddened that he felt it was necessary to discuss an issue that many may keep private because as he said ‘I thought, it’s probably only a matter of time before somebody does a story about this from a sad point of view, but that’s not where I am.’
The minor girl's killer is her first cousin who confessed to his crimes during initial interrogation, Hangu District Police Officer said. He said blood samples found on the victim's body had matched those collected from the 18-year-old suspect.
An Arab woman, who filed for divorce and requested full legal rights, was surprised that a large number of traffic violations had been committed by the car she owned and gave to her husband.
Dagmar Turner, 53, a former management consultant from the Isle of Wight, played her violin during an operation to remove a tumour from the right frontal lobe of her brain - close to the area that controls the fine movement of her left hand.